1897 U.S. Geological Survey - Concord Quadrangle [1913]

Topographic map of the Oakland and Berkeley hills including town grids for Walnut Creek, Concord, and more

Title:

Concord Quadrangle (Topography)

Map maker:

U.S. Geological Survey; George Otis Smith (Director)

Place and Year:

Washington, D. C., 1913 (1897)

Dimensions:

43 x 56 cm (17 x 22 in)

Technique:

Offset printing

Coloring:

Original colors

Condition Rating:

VG

225.00
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DETAILS

Extensively detailed topographic map of the Oakland and Berkeley hills, including parts of Oakland, Alameda, Walnut Creek, and Concord. The Southern Pacific Railroad is shown running past Walnut Creek and Concord.

This map is part of the USGS's 15 Minute Quadrangle series, produced from the 1890s to the 1950s in order to provide a detailed topographic map coverage of the entire United States at the same scale.

CONDITION NOTES

NL-00507

IDENTIFIER

Wear and some discoloration along the folds.

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